Beethoven Trio in C, Op. 87 (3 cellos)
[IMC #2227] Originally composed for two oboes and English horn. Cello I is entirely in tenor clef and requires thumb position; Cello II is in bass clef moving briefly above 4th position for a B; Cello III barely moves out of first position to an occasional E. There are many octave jumps in the lower positions, many ungainly passages.
Goltermann Romance & Serenade (4 cellos)
#2414 Op. 119, Nos. 1 & 2. Parts only; no score. Parts are in bass clef and of uneven difficulty with Cello I’s range just beyond the harmonic A. Cello II does not exceed the harmonic A. Cello III and IV are easier, fluent to fourth position
Wang – Chinese Folk Songs Vol. 1
These pieces can be played whether you are 2 cellos, 3 cellos or 4 cellos. Cello 1 requires knowledge of tenor clef and thumb position. Cello II is the most challenging as it has more shifting in neck positions. Cellos III and IV may be played by less experienced players. Contents: Fall Recollections at Dressing Table, Whether He Knows or Not, Little Cabbage, General’s Command, Jiaocheng Mountain, Elunchun Folk Tune.
Bach, JS Sonata in C major (2 cellos and piano)
Edited by Mats Lidstrom. Originally for two violins and figured bass S 1037. [IMC 2336]
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